i would suggest you think long or hard whether you'll vote for "cut, cap and balance" legislation that the house is taking up tomorrow. mate be the only option we have if you want to see the debt limit raised at all. >> what we are witnessing here with this measure is classic washington washington, posturing, kabuki theater. this is a measure designed to duck, dodge, and dismantle. >> i can't see how my republican that was elected in 2010 could vote for a plan that doesn't cut the government at least equal to what you raise the debt ceiling by. >> bret: the sights and sounds of this day just about two weeks until the debt ceiling hits august 2. where are we? what is next? bring in the panel. rick klein, senior reporter for abc news. join williams, columnist with the hill. and syndicated columnist charles krauthammer. tomorrow the house votes on "cut, cap and balance." where are we on this and the back and forth? >> "cut, cap and balance"